RDEP 8: Technology Transfer and Commercialization Program CY 2012
- Project : Assessment and Packaging of Technologies Generated by DENR Research Sector- The Research Study entitled” Stakeholders’ Participation in Water Resources Protection and Development Program“conducted within Maulawin Spring Detailed Accomplishments and/or Milestones CY 2012 Annual Report - DENR CALABARZON Region 185 Protected Landscape was identified from the lists of completed research studies conducted in the Region. Based on the assessment made by the Region’s Technology Assessment Team (TAT), it was classified to be an Information Type of Technology and this could be utilized as input to policy formulation, adoption and promotion once the same is packaged after confirmation from ERDB’s Technical Review Board pursuant to ERDB Memorandum Order No. 2010-01. Pamphlet featuring the management schemes currently implemented by the Protected Area Management Board (PAMB) of Maulawin Spring Protected Landscape is being finalized and reproduction of same will be done for distribution to different PAMBs of the Region for information and ready reference.
- Project : Production and Distribution of RDE Publication, IEC Materials, other Modes of Dissemination and IEC on Climate Change RDE- On IEC materials produced, a poster-calendar and tickler have been and ready for reproduction. The Tickler contains information about ERDS’ vision, mission, mandates, its organizational set-up, recent accomplishments in research, development and extension, and the programs for RDE in 2013. It will be given out to ERDS-CALABARZON’s clients and partners. (Insert photo cover of the Tickler). The poster- calendar presents a collage of information about the accomplishments and activities of ERDS-CALABARZON. It will be distributed, among others, to the clients, partners, LGUs in CALABARZON. A Technical Manual on How to Identify, Establish and Manage Seed Production Areas was due for printing and distribution to PENROs and CENROs to serve as their guide and reference in accomplishing their target for 2013 on the establishment of seed production areas within their respective area of jurisdiction. ERDS through TTID has participated in the 25th Regional Symposium on Research and Development and 2nd Regional Techno Gabay Summit Exhibit held at the Cultural Center, Provincial Capitol, Sta. Cruz, Laguna on October 23-25, 2012. The IEC materials exhibited includes posters on vulnerability assessment, production of quality planting materials through clonal propagation, facilities of the Pagbilao Mangrove Experimental Forest and the Regional Clonal Nursery, the result of the survey of Bamboo stands in Batangas, etc. Pamphlets and reading materials were distributed during the whole duration of the said event. For stakeholders capacitation, lectures, orientation and consultative meetings were conducted particularly on topics related to NGP, ecotourism, mangrove conservation and management, forest protection and law enforcement were discussed during the series of consultative meeting held on October 2012 and November 2012 at the Sangguniang Session Hall of Pagbilao, Quezon. Detailed Accomplishments and/or Milestones CY 2012 Annual Report - DENR CALABARZON Region 186 The Chief, TTID has been invited as guest during the weekly radio program at DZJV anchored by Mr. Jun Obrero in his radio program “ Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow” wherein the on-going research projects, technology transfer and commercialization program including the National Greening Program Targets were discussed and disseminated. On the provision of technical assistance related to RDE technologies/ informat ion, the research output (results) of the r e s e a r c h s t u d y e n t i t l e d “Stakeholders’ Participation in Water Resources Protection and Development Program” were presented to the PAMB Members of MSPL and the Members of Barangay Kagawad of the Philippines in Guinayangan, Quezon on August 26, 2012 and November 11, 2012. In the said event, the stakeholders were provided with information on the different management schemes proven to be effective not only on protected area management but in the conservation and protection of the remaining natural resources.